Jul 05, 2022 News
In a press release, CANU said during the operation, they discovered a speedboat containing several bulky garbage bags docked at the pump station that drains the Number 66 Village Canal. A subsequent search of the boat revealed several parcels containing a quantity of suspected cannabis. Three individuals were apprehended in the vicinity of the boat.
The individuals, along with the suspected narcotics and speedboat were escorted to CANU headquarters. The suspected narcotics tested positive for cannabis, weighing a total of 41.8kg, and a street value of approximately GYD $11 million. The investigation is still ongoing. According to CANU, these operations are part of its efforts to reduce narcotics trafficking in the Berbice district.
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